Ready? Okay! Chrissy Teigen, Kendall Jenner & More Celebs Who Were Once Cheerleaders
We bet these stars had way more school spirit than you did
"Watching Cheer on Netflix got me reminiscing about how I sucked at cheerleading almost as much as I sucked at doing my brows," she wrote in the photo's caption. "Truly no idea how I made this team. The best part is they claimed there was no JV/varsity but one squad got to cheer for basketball and football and the other (mine) got volleyball and wrestling. I still remember my mat cheers though. Go fight win baby. Go fight win."
"Eyebrows were not mandatory," wrote Teigen, commenting on her thin brows in this squad pic.
"I loved cheerleading. I was not the most physically adept cheerleader but I was very vocal," the This Is Us actress recalled to host James Corden.
JESSIE JAMES DECKER
"15 and freshman year cheerleading...," wrote the country crooner, adding the hashtag: "#hidethebraces"
The pro dancer threw it way back by posting a pic from her "Texas high school cheerleader days."
The Oscar winner was on top of the world … or at least on top of the pyramid. "#TBT to my days as a proud General," she wrote, captioning her cute throwback snap on Instagram.
Back in 1992, the crooner spent her days smiling and shaking her pom-poms at football games as a cheerleader at Glen. A. Wilson High School.
Years before landing her career-making role on Desperate Housewives, Longoria cheered for Roy Miller High School in Corpus Christi, Texas, as well as for Texas A&M-Kingsville in college.
KYLIE & KENDALL JENNER
Need proof the Oscar winner is totally ageless? Look no further than her high school yearbook photo.
Reminiscing about her cheerleading days, the Live with Kelly and Ryan cohost admitted her beauty choices were rather questionable. "I had tanorexia," Ripa said, adding that she also had "hair as big as it could possibly get."
The actress-turned-author was part of the pep squad at Long Beach Polytechnic High School.
She did it all! On top of bringing her infectious energy to school events, the actress also worked on the school newspaper and served as prom queen.
After being homeschooled for years, the young actress decided to attend L.A.'s Campbell Hall high school, where she joined the cheerleading squad and was voted homecoming queen.
The actress and model was full of school spirit as a high school cheerleader - more than a decade before making a splash on Netflix's Grace and Frankie.
"Get fired up it's Friday y'all," wrote the actress, sharing a little cheer in honor of Flashback Friday.